The problem of a marketer left to his own devices

The problem of a marketer left to his own devices

Ryan Wallman
November 8, 2016

Last week, there was an article in Digiday in which the CMO of Pepsi said this:

The dreaded millennial bug

The dreaded millennial bug

Ryan Wallman
May 24, 2016

I’ve barely ben able to sleep lately, my mind consumed by the burning question: “do millennials support capitalism?”

And then, mercifully, I stumbled across this.

A glorious example of marketing nonsense

A glorious example of marketing nonsense

Ryan Wallman
April 20, 2016

There’s a lot of guff that gets written about brands.

But every now and then you see something truly gufftastic. Something that stands out in this highly competitive field of guff and nonsense.

Plus ça change

Plus ça change

Ryan Wallman
November 25, 2015

Reading about the various trends in our industry, it’s hard not to feel a little apprehensive.

The marketing media are awash with stories of new business models, new technologies and new competitors.

Nudge nudge, win-win

Nudge nudge, win-win

Ryan Wallman
August 11, 2015

If you’ve ever negotiated with a toddler (and I use the word ‘negotiated’ very loosely), you’ll know something about nudge theory.

 

The consumer complex

The consumer complex

Ryan Wallman
May 8, 2014

Sigmund Freud.

Now there’s a name with connotations. And undeniably Freudian connotations, at that.

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